16. Factors related to depression in non-small-cell lung cancer patients treated at K Hospital during 2021 - 2022

Do Tuyet Mai, Pham Van Tuong, Le Khanh Linh, Tran Thi Thanh Huong

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Non-small cell lung cancer is currently the second most common cancer when assessing common cancer and the number of cancer deaths; there are a limited number of studies about depression in lung cancer patients in Vietnam. This cross -sectional descriptive study aimed to describe depression in non-small cell lung cancer patients treated at K Hospital from 2021 – 2022 and associated factors. The study was conducted on 243 NSCLC patients treated at K Tan Trieu Hospital by direct phone call interview and psychiatric clinical examination. We applied the PHQ-9 scale and DSM-5 for screening and confirmed depression, and the SF-12 scale was applied for quality of life measurement. The study found that stage IV disease increased the risk of depression more than 6 times in lung cancer patients (OR = 6.47; p<0.05) and patients with poor QoL in the depression group, in which quality of life of mental health (36.94 ± 5.43) and physical health (41.78 ± 7.17) were all lower than those in the group without depression. Measures to monitor mental health, screen for early detection and treatment interventions, and improve quality of life are the top priorities to reduce the risk of depression in patients with non-small cell lung cancer.

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